High Street on Hudson

637 Hudson St.
Manhattan, NY 10014
West Village

  • Daily, 8am–3:30pm; Wed.–Sun., 5:30pm–10:30pm

This spinoff of popular Philadelphia café High Street on Market rolled out its welcome mat in the West Village at the end of 2015. At breakfast, locals order savory pastries like the signature red eye danish, a subtle coffee paste at its center and topped with shaved ham and grated cheese. There's also oatmeal with apple butter and sandwiches stuffed with shaved pastrami, potato hash, a farm-fresh egg and roasted peppers. Lunch options include souped-up sandwiches like a duck meatball sub enriched with spicy marinara, melted swiss, creamy liver and slivers of red onion. The windowed corner spot is smart and informal, with a well-stocked bakery counter near the entrance. Chef and co-owner Eli Kulp devised the menus. Healthy, seasonal dinnertime choices might include sunflower seed risotto with mushrooms and pecorino and honey-glazed chicken for two with malted potato rolls and sprouted three bean salad.



  • Good for Groups
  • Kid Friendly
  • Notable Chef
  • Reservations Accepted
  • Credit Cards Accepted
  • $$$
  • American (New)
  • American (Traditional)

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